Our mission has always been to make the process of collaborating simple, accessible and cost effective, we have executed this mission by challenging large telco's pricing on business conferencing services, to supporting not for profits and charities with discounts, to enabling local dial-in number across 30 countries, and more recently
Following our mission to bring cost-effective communication and collaboration services to the world, we have just updated our outbound teleconference dialling rates, where in cases like New Zealand mobiles, have gotten 46% cheaper.
For many years, we have offered our customers the option to record their teleconference and share it with attendees who missed the call.
The feedback from our customers was unanimous – people love the record feature, but don’t love the per download fee.
This is the best explanation of free conference calling in the US.
It describes how these services exist and where they make their money from.
This is also the reason we don't have free conference call facilities in Australia or New Zealand.
(As we have a separate telecommunications act that does not allow for this type of service)
We have added the ability for customers to connect to our teleconferencing service through the SIP protocol.
Because it's an IP-based technology, phone lines are not used in the process of the call and there for reducing the cost of delivering the service.